From 14 October to 17 November 2017, Coffee Lounge presents a selection of Mao Shan Wang durian pastries on top of its usual dessert buffet spread for lunch and dinner. This is first time that this popular dine-in promotion will feature the premium Mao Shan Wang durian, having previously showcased the D24 variety in the past years.
The Dessert Buffet with Mao Shan Wang Specialities promotion will be available during lunch and dinner showcases eight durian creations: Mao Shan Wang mochi; Mao Shan Wang waffles and ice cream (live station); Mao Shan Wang sticky rice; Mao Shan Wang crumble tart; Mao Shan Wang crème brûlée; Mao Shan Wang éclair; Mao Shan Wang toast and Mao Shan Wang pandan cake.
New Design Your Own Local Degustation Set Menu appetisers include:
A popular Indonesian dish consisting of beancurd generously coated in an egg wash and deep-fried to golden-brown. This light and fluffy delight is served with julienned cucumber and carrots, and accompanied by a spicy kicap manis (sweet sauce)-based sauce.
New rice & prata options include:
This dish is beloved for its robust flavours due to the use of spices such as cardamom and cloves. The Coffee Lounge version is served with chicken rendang (a Malay-style stew), a mound of achar (pickled vegetables) and pappadum (Indian crispy flatbread).
Coconut rice is served with fried egg, fish, and a chicken drumlet, then garnished with deep-fried ikan bilis (anchovies) and peanuts, as well as sliced fresh cucumber. Homemade sambal (chilli paste) completes the experience.
New noodles & other specialities choices include Xing Zhou bee hoon (Singapore vermicelli), Hokkien black noodles, and mee soto, a yellow noodle dish served with chicken in a spicy broth.
First introduced in 2007, the Design Your Own Local Degustation Set Menu showcases the best of popular Singaporean fare in three-course and four-course sets which feature tasting portions of each dish. Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan signatures are available and guests can plan their own desired menu by choosing one dish from the appetisers; and rice & prata (flat bread) categories, with an additional dish from the noodles & other specialties category for the four-course set.
Available daily during lunch and dinner, this menu also includes a dessert buffet that features a wide range of cakes, pastries, hot and cold dessert soups, Nonya kueh (Peranakan desserts), fruits and ice cream.
Coffee Lounge is at the Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221. It seats 110. For reservations, call +65 6730 1746, email email@example.com or visit http://www.goodwoodparkhotel.com.
Lunch and dinner usually cost* S$29 per person for three courses, and S$33 per person for four courses. Prices have been revised for from 14 October to 17 November 2017, to S$50 per person for three courses, and S$54 per person for four courses in light of the Dessert Buffet with Mao Shan Wang Specialities promotion.
It costs* S$46.80 per person to enjoy the Dessert Buffet with Mao Shan Wang Specialities promotion by itself**, and S$36.80++ per person to top-up with a Dessert Buffet with Mao Shan Wang Pastries with any ala carte main course order. The Taiwan Porridge A La Carte Buffet is inclusive of the Dessert Buffet with Mao Shan Wang Pastries during the promotion period, at a cost of S$60 per adult, and S$38 per child.
|Source: Goodwood Park website. The Mao Shan Wang Durian Dessert Buffet is back!|
Operating hours at the Coffee Lounge are:
Breakfast A La Carte & Buffet 6am – 10.30am
Taiwan Porridge Lunch Bento 12pm – 2.30pm
Taiwan Porridge A La Carte & A La Carte Buffet 12pm – 2.30pm (lunch) | 6pm – 10.30pm (dinner)
Design Your Own Local Degustation Menu 12pm – 2.30pm (lunch) | 6pm – 10.30pm (dinner)
Late afternoon dining 2.30pm – 6pm (Monday – Friday)
A Weekend Makan Affair (high tea buffet) 3pm – 5.30pm (Saturday and Sunday)
*Dine-in prices are subject to 10% service charge and prevailing GST. The child price is for children aged six to 11.
**Citi Credit and Debit Cardmembers can enjoy a 10% discount for the option of just the dessert buffet with Mao Shan Wang pastries.